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New committee for Jersey Funds Association

New committee for Jersey Funds Association

Friday 22 July 2022

New committee for Jersey Funds Association

Friday 22 July 2022


The Jersey Funds Association has selected a new Chair and committee members following its recent annual general meeting.

With outgoing Chairman Tim Morgan completing his three-year tenure, Crestbridge’s Group Head of Institutional Services, Michael Johnson, is taking over the role.

Joel Hernandez, who is a Partner at Mourant, is taking on the position of Vice Chair.

New faces on the committee include Robin Wilson, Sophie Reguengo, Stephanie Hopkins, Clive Spears and John Riva.

Returning are Richard Anthony, Mike Byrne, Steve Cartwright, Ben Dixon, Ben Honeywood, Dilmun Leach, Robert Milner, Tim Morgan, Simon Page, Martin Paul, Tom Powell, Peter Rioda, Ben Robins, Martin Rowley, Sarah Sandiford and Elliot Refson.

Newly appointed Chair Michael Johnson commented: "There's no doubt that the landscape continues to pose challenges. Geopolitical developments have significantly worsened since the increased hostilities in Ukraine, and from a macro-economic perspective, inflation rates, interest rate changes and other economic indicators are pointing to a significantly more challenging economic environment. Jurisdictionally, the competitive environment remains intense and evolving too.

"But there is plenty for Jersey to be positive about. We have a compelling proposition, an industry that is growing at an impressive rate, and more and more managers of substance looking at Jersey to support their cross-border needs. Private equity, venture capital and real assets are at the heart of global economic rebuilding efforts, and we have precisely the experience and platform here to support that and make a positive impact."

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